Young activists argue that determining who is responsible for paying for the harm caused by global warming should be the major objective of this year’s COP27 climate meeting.
In November, international leaders will meet in Egypt to debate how to deal with global warming.
Poorer nations want wealthy nations to foot the bill for damage brought on by climate change and the catastrophic weather that comes with it.
Youth activists claim that COP27 has to address the ongoing problem of “loss and harm.”
At recent climate talks in Germany, the topic led to conflict between wealthy and developing nations.
Nearly 400 activists from 65 different nations attended the “Climate Justice Camp” in Tunisia last week.
They gathered with the intention of obtaining “a fair response to the climate catastrophe at COP27 and beyond,” coming from some of the regions of the world that are most negatively impacted by climate change.